The problem with Windows itself for example is that all the system files get spread out all over the hard disc due to the updates. The ne files are copied in the next free space of the hard disc, which is different with each update. What you want is that all Windows system files are in one place, best at the beginning of the drive for fast access. Normal defrags don't do anything to fix that. They only defrag files, but leave the files spread out all over the disc.
I am using O&O Defrag in Complete/Name mode. This places Windows at the beginning of the drive and sorts everything by folders. This way my computers with spinning discs are nearly as fast as the ones with SSD.
Why not just run "Internet" on a program on the local machine that can't access anything on the local machine?
Isn't that how a browser is supposed to work?
Leprosy disappeared in Europe when some big Tuberculosis epidemics came. People with Leprosy got infected quickly and died. Does is make sense to blame their dead on just one of the two diseases?
You can take any of the factors which are weakening bees away to solve the problem. Best would be to reduce all of them, but neonics are the only factor that can be reduced easily.
Because of relativity this long-term gravitational effect has to move linearly with the objects through space, so it would kind of wobble with the galaxies when they moving relative to each other. When the galaxies collide the past gravitational effect would keep moving linearly.
Objects of all sizes would have this effect. But since planets moves around stars and stars don't move straight for long either the gravity can not build up over a long time, as it can on the scale of galaxies.
If the dark matter's w value would become similar to ours it would suddenly appear in our 3-dimensional space. Since we never observed it the w value might be fixed. For example this could be galaxies in parallel universes. They would feel each others gravity and drag each other along with ech other, but otherwise they are invisible to each other.
Lets take the price of 4.8$=480 cent per HCF. 1HCF=748 Gallons. 480/748 = 0.65 cents per gallon. How do you come to these high numbers?
I think it does not matter so much that you take a bit longer that way. He can make plans for the rest of the company with that estimate, so it allows everyone else to make better use of their time, and it brings things into order.
At least that is what I think.
But it is hard to imagine a star with the whole flux of the quarter moon, that must be an extremely bright tiny spot, maybe like a laser.